Dream 11

Dream 11 was one of India’s first mobile-based startups, launching cricket, kabaddi, football, basketball, and hockey in 2012. 

Nazara Technologies

Nazara Technologies, founded by Nitesh Mittersain in 1999, has several sectors, including subscription, freemium, e-sports, and skill-based gaming.

Paytm First Games

Paytm First Games, known initially as Gamepind, is a Paytm and Ali Baba’s AGTech holdings joint venture.


With over 175 million app downloads, it is one of the world’s most popular mobile game companies. It is headquartered in Mumbai.

Moonfrog Labs

Moonfrog Labs, a team of professional game developers dedicated to revolutionising mobile gaming and providing fun to everyone.

99 Games

99Games is India’s leading developer and publisher of high-quality games for global and Indian audiences.


Octro is a renowned gaming company in India, founded in 2006 by Stanford alumnus Saurabh Agarwal.


JetSynthesys Pvt. Ltd. is part of the JetLine Group of Companies, which the Navani family controls. 


HashCube is a Bangalore-based mobile game studio that is quickly expanding. Their primary aim is to create accessible, high-quality casual mobile games.

Zero Games Studio

Zero Games Studio has expertise in Unreal Engine Development, Mobile Development, Unity Engine Development, Serious games, and Advergames.

Electronic Arts

EA is popular for providing digital interactive entertainment services. It works on the games, content & online services.


Initially, when Nintendo was founded in 1889, it was creating handmade hanafuda playing cards.


Ubisoft is a video gaming company that has expertise in publishing games for several video game franchises.

Sony Interactive Entertainment

Sony Interactive Entertainment Inc. was originally Sony Computer Entertainment. Its prime purpose was handling Video game development for the PlayStation.

Activision Blizzard

This standalone interactive entertainment company has achieved an entertainment network of almost 500 million monthly active users.

Epic Games

Epic Games was previously known as Potomac Computer Systems. From 1992 to 1999 it was known as Epic MegaGames, Inc.


Worldwide Gameloft has 19 development studios. It is more focused on mobile games. It supports iPhone, Android, Mobile, iPad, Android Tablet, Mac, Nokia HD, and Xbox.

Square Enix

Square Enix Co. Ltd. was formed as a result of the merge of Enix Corporation and SquareSoft. Square Enix is the provider of the popular games like Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest.

Bungie Inc.

Initially, it was making Macintosh games and was popular for the two video game franchises, Marathon and Myth.


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